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dis hor muh nee

  • n  a lack of harmony

  • And instead of sublime symphonies, the 53-year-old Czech hydrologist's instruments have produced disturbing evidence of disharmony the vast devastation wrought by Soviet-era .
  • But many blame him for exacerbating racial disharmony during his successful bid for reelection last year by alluding to unnamed power brokers who were seeking to prevent displaced .
  • Advocating disharmony in a land that venerates harmony, this generation is talking revolution.

  • John Terry in ESPN
    We shouldn't be looking at excuses or criticising the manager,he told a press conference. "I've seen a few reports myself this morning but I'm coming here on behalf of the players and there's no disharmony in the camp at all. I'm not going...
  • Tommy Docherty in USA Today
    You can't have disharmony,said Docherty, who was manager between 1972-77. "With 80 million, they should cut their hands off with Ronaldo and run and give Real Madrid the problem."
  • Alex McLeish in SkySports
    McLeish said: "Those kind of stories about disharmony are rubbish. There has been no handing in of transfer requests. There has been no-one knocking on my door. The club are having amicable talks with one or two players. If we tie them up, we tie...

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